There are a lot of different Content Management Systems available for publishing websites these days. Gone are the days when you had to learn Hypertext Markup Language to create a simple web page, or craft a comprehensive set of Cascading Style Sheets to redesign your website look and feel. A Content Management System provides a powerful environment to help you to build and maintain your website, regardless of size.
Unfortunately, all that power comes at a cost. The CMS itself becomes another component you are required to power and maintain. The tool you selected to help you build your website can get in the way of you focusing on the task it was meant to help with. Worse yet, a CMS usually creates overhead when displaying your website to visitors, which can lead to scaling issues and possible downtime in the event of a traffic surge. Continue reading “Static Fling”